Southam Rugby Club pitch party

SOUTHAM Rugby Club will be raising money to help a former player raise £1 million to fight motor neurone disease.

Former club captain Simon Adams was diagnosed with the terminal illness in 2009 and since then has battled to raise money to help sufferers and their families.

The club will be donating proceeds from its Party on the Pitch tomorrow (Saturday) to the Motor Neurone Disease Association. The event runs from 3.30pm to 10.30pm and will feature live music, children’s entertainment including a bouncy castle, penalty shootout, and a charity teddy bear stall, a pig roast, Napton Water Buffalo ice cream and burgers and beer from the Warwickshire Brewery.

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Tickets cost £7 for adults, £3 for children and £20 for families and are available at the Coffee Cup Café, Clippers, Cutting Crew and through rugby club members.

Free coaches will run from the Bowling Green pub. Spaces for gazebos and tents must be booked by calling 07818 007533.

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